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TOTALITY. The whole sum or quantity.
     2. In making a tender, it is requisite that the totality of the sum due should be offered, together with the interest and costs. Vide Tender.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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`Starting from various discontinuous constituents, days and nights, etc., the sacrificial process results in three reconstructed totalities, perfectly concentrated within their respective centres: the altar in space, the excess day in time, and the innermost Self in the total person (atman)'.(13) In India, totality goes from the one to the infinite.
What collapses with these totalities, Grim believes, are the notions of possible worlds conceived as maximally consistent sets of propositions, the omniscience of God and the Tractatus view that "the world is all that is the case".
Whilst rejecting such infinite totalities the intuitionists are still able to use quantification over the natural numbers: all numbers divisible by four are divisible by two would be perfectly acceptable, indeed true.